What Is a Feeling?
Etan Boritzer, Illustrated by Jeff Vernon
This thirteenth title in Etan Boritzerís best selling childrenís book series on character education and difficult topics examines how we can understand feelings and where they come from, while at the same time learning the best ways to express our feelings without hurting ourselves and others. The importance of emotional awareness and intelligence is stressed so that children have guides for allowing safe and creative expression of their feelings.
2014, 40 pages, 8Ē x 10Ē, full-color cover and insides.
Published by Veronica Lane Books.
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